1926-1996 First Muslim and the only Pakistani Nobel Laureate. Profile of Dr. Abdus Salam; An interview with Dr. Abdus Salam (New Scientist 26 August, 1976); Abdus Salam — Past and Present (The News, 29 Jan. 1996)
Mohammad Abdus Salam (1926-1996) was his full name, which may add to the knowledge of those who wish he was either not Ahmadi or Pakistani. The man proudly lived and died as both, and much more, as Pakistan disowned him, in life and in death.
This video contains rare footage of an Ahmadi Muslim being awarded the nobel prize for his work in Physics in 1979. Dr. Abdus Salam is the first ever Muslim to have achieved this... - 12.24.2008, YouTube
27.11.2013 - most influential and widely respected Pakistani scientist named Abdus Salam. The scientist belonged to a rare breed of […] common heritage of all peoples, and scientists belong and work for common good of entire mankind. Abdus Salam was born into a […] government sponsored 1953 anti Ahmadiyya riots unfortunately forced him to flee the country. Abdus Salam always served the cause
07.08.2012 - Pakistan remains silent about its only Nobel Laureate Abdus Salam and his contribution to the recent discovery of the […] ‘God particle’ because the late scientist belonged to the Ahmadiyya sect. Internationally, Professor Abdus Salam is known